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of the deadliest single attacks in syria against their own people. witnesses say syrian troops have wipe out an entire village. more than 100 people killed by a barrage of rockets, bombs and gunfire in northern syria, a region of intense anti-government protest. one activists reports it as, quote, an organized massacre. boxing champ, mayweather junior, after pleading guilt tow reduced charges of domestic violence and harassment, accused of punching his ex-girlfriend, pulling her hair and twisting her arm. he avoided a felony trial by agreeing to a plea deal. he will report to jail on january 6. i'm ainsley earhardt, back to "on the record" with gret a. thanks for watching. >> former speaker of the house, newt is launching a revolt against the judicial branch, saying that judges who made radical rulings should be removed by congress. he is causing alarm evens within his own party. what would that do to the government's balance of power? a former judge is here. she has written a book called patriot acts, what americans must do to save the republic. i should add that we both were colleagues at
. the facility in syria that was bombed out by the israelis was almost certainly from a north korea design and facility. we have to isolate them, to make them feel the pain of being one of the world's worst actors. >> but what would you do exactly? we have tried to ice themalate them. we have given them food, not given them food, given them oil and not given them oil. they are going full speed ahead and they are the wal-mart of nuclear technology around the world. is there anything your administration would do different or continue what is being done now? >> the best thing we can do with regard to north korea is to have tough economic sanctions by virtue of their policy, make sure their technology's not exported around the world, that can use that technology against us or our friends in the world. and then finally, against china, to act as a responsible neighbor. china represents two-thirds of their foreign trade, pressure on china, encouraging china to act as a responsible member of the world community, recognizing that north korea's not playing by the rules. >> and how do we handle china
-fly zone over syria, already. they are iran's partner. they are attached at the hip. we have to stand firm with our ally in that region, israel, there needs to be no space between the united states and israel. this administration has absolutely bungled. it is the most muddled foreign policy i can ever remember in my lifetime, whether it was in '09, when we had the opportunity to covertly, overtly or ways of helping the irabbian citizens as they were trying to overthrow that repressive regime, or working with mubarak to have a moderate to replace him, whether it was leading from behind, as we have seen in libya. now we have seen this president, as newt and mitt have talked basking the iranians to give us back that drone. what we should have done is destroy it or we retrieve t. he took a third route, which was the worst and the weakest and that is to do nothing. [applause] >> bret: now to neil? >> i want to move on to energy. and speaker gingrich, as you know, the president, sir, has rejek good efforts to tie a payroll tax cut extension with the keystone and to reopen it. and to explore reop
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)